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's where kira klapper joins us live. >> reporter: the aftermath of last night's celebration still remains this morning, not very much, i'll get out of the way so you can see some trash piles charged black they were much bigger a bit ago, trucks have been here all morning, streets are soaking wet from cleaning crews not from any sort of rain. let's get you to the video of what this aftermath is of. we have sky 7 hd video of revelers on mission street setting big bonfires. the fans were dancing and celebrating around the flames throughout the night they burned trash chance, couches, matresses, signs even newspaper racks. police and fire actually stood back most of the time they let the rowdy celebrations unfold. only when the flames threatened buildings fire crews had to be escorted in by police on dirt bikes, making room through the crowds, as you can imagine the streets were completely blocked. at times people jumped into the flames others flu gasoline creating some fire -- others through gasoline, creating some fireballs. listen to one fan's excitement, even though he was looking for to
when their boat capsized. the wife of one of the missing men talked with kira klapper today. >> reporter: we are north of where the man disappeared yesterday on a trip with friends. today his family will be back out searching for him as they try not to give up on his safe return. [ crying ] >> reporter: showing me the most recent photo taken of her family last friday she cries and hopes for the safe return of her husband. the 46-year-old and three friends went fishing yesterday morning as they do every month. this time their boat was hit by a big wave and capsized. the four started swimming to store when another wave hit and separated them two wearing life jackets paid it to shore. two weren't wearing life jackets and have been missing ever since. >> [ unintelligible ] >> reporter: she and her sister-in-law searched the beach for hours, deep into the dark of last night. >> the family says the carpenter and his friends all knew how to swim. >> still keep hope for our family i am >> reporter: in the midst of the hope she spent a sleepless night and waits for good news with her
capsized. the wife of one of the missing men talked with kira klapper today. >> reporter: we are north of where the man disappeared yesterday on a trip with friends. today his family will be back out searching for him as they try not to give up on his safe return. [ crying ] >> reporter: showing me the most recent photo taken of her family last friday she cries and hopes for the safe return of her husband. the 46-year-old and three friends went fishing yesterday morning as they do every month. this time their boat was hit by a big wave and capsized. the four started swimming to store when another wave hit and separated them two wearing life jackets paid it to shore. two weren't wearing life jackets and have been missing ever since. >> [ unintelligible ] >> reporter: she and her sister-in-law searched the beach for hours, deep into the dark of last night. >> the family says the carpenter and his friends all knew how to swim. >> still keep hope for our family i am >> reporter: in the midst of the hope she spent a sleepless night and waits for good news with her 7-year-old daughter. >> co
other. kira klapper is getting reaction. >> reporter: as you mentioned, three deadly shootings within eight hours between last night and this morning. the most recent at this home over my shoulder where you can see broken glass on 72nd, four people dead in total. the most recent killing two, 6:00 this morning. we have video two hours later when the community start today to find out about that shooting. neighbors and family came out crying and embracing watching officers investigate. two men were sitting in in a van together this morning. investigators believe someone went up shot and killed both. jasmine tells me one of the victims her cousin. she says the 23-year-old was a hard worker, loved his family and lived for his 2-year-old son. robert worked the night shift go off work 10:30 last night. jasmine and others believe he was at the wrong place at the wrong time. >> i mean everybody that knew him, knew he was -- he want no trouble starter they knew that he wasn't out here. all he did was work and literally come home. he don't hang out, he don't do nothing if you wanted to hang with
to survive. this morning's shooting death marked the 88th and 89th this year for oakland. kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> supporters and family of an 18-year-old man killed by oakland police are planning to march toy hall this evening. he was fatally shot by police last may when he tried run after he and two friends were stopped and searched. supporters demonstrated outside the police station last saturday demanding police release their report. police say a gun wa fod nearis by. the falyclaiit was planted. > strongnd mix emotion at aeastay school no one day after a teacher was found dead of apparent suicide. james izumizaki had been accused of lewd acts with a minor. terry mcsweeney joins us. >> reporter: two different sets of emotions on the same sty at scol district administration headquarters. they talked stoically about the need to provide emotional support for the students at albany middle school. at the school, outpouring of support, tears and sobbing over a man many considered a friend and a great teacher. 200 people teachers, parents and students turn out this morning for a vigil in hon
morning. plan for that. kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> don't forget to use the abc7 waze traffic app to help get you around. download it to your smartphone from. teens app store. >>> highway 29 lake county, we skip that for now. this has been a difficult day for the family of missing morgan hill teenager sierra lamar. [ no audio ] >> still, family and friends continue weekly searches to find sierra lamar. >>> san jose police officer -- >> is under arrest accused of cheating on his time sheet. the district attorney's office filed one count of grand theft against the officer after a nine month investigation by the san jose police department. the 45-year-old is on paid leave administrative leave. >>> a group of students and alumni from san jose state camped out on campus in support of the city's minimum wage. measure d would raise it to $10 an hour right now it is $8. it is on the november 6th ballot. >>> do-or-die time again for the giants today as they look to zito to keep them alive in the series. last night in game four in st. louis, lincecum was shakey not dominant as he had been as a reli
weekend for seismic retrofit work. kira klapper is live at the hayward toll where part of the closure is getting underway. >> reporter: the california highway patrol is just right now beginning a closure of the westbound fast lane here on the san mateo bridge. the entire bridge all lanes both directions, will be closed beginning 10 tonight. traffic is flowing smoothly on the san mateo bridge now. later today that won't be the case. the bridge closes this weekend for a three million dollar project to replace a temporary fix made two years ago. in october 2010, inspectors found a cracked steel beam under the bridge one of a series of wish-bone shaped beams connected to concrete girders that support bridge. at the time steel plates were secured above and below the failed beam. >> we designed a new system for where the tressel meets the incline on the bridge. what we're putting this is 12 new sections of the bridge and new seismic joint that allows the bridge to move during the event of a quake. >> reporter: caltrans needed to get this project finished before the rain if i season, after d
that has the attention of the fbi. kira klapper joins us to explain. >> reporter: this is one of six bay area barnes & noble locations hit by the nationwide crime. the company says sophisticated criminals tampered with those months we all use to swipe our credit cards and debit cards and ended up stealing personal information of thousands. barnes & noble today released information that criminals planted bugs in pin pads capturing credit card and pin numbers at 63 stores across the nation. 20 stores in california were affected by the crime. six are here in the bay area. frequent customers sar have hasn't seen suspicious activity on her card. -- natalie says her personal information has been stolen in the past. while this is concerting she says it is a common problem. >> i am surprised. when i think about the credit card fraud and how we can always get it returned back i'm not too concerned. >> reporter: only one pin pad was hacked at each location affecting less than 1% of the devices. all the machines were disconnected september 14th, after the company learned about the hack no word on h
of the fbi. kira klapper joins us to explain. >> reporter: this is one of six bay area barnes & noble locations hit by the nationwide crime. the company says sophisticated criminals tampered with those months we all use to swipe our credit cards and debit cards and ended up stealing personal information of thousands. barnes & noble today released information that criminals planted bugs in pin pads capturing credit card and pin numbers at 63 stores across the nation. 20 stores in california were affected by the crime. six are here in the bay area. frequent customers sar have hasn't seen suspicious activity on her card. -- natalie says her personal information has been stolen in the past. while this is concerting she says it is a common problem. >> i am surprised. when i think about the credit card fraud and how we can always get it returned back i'm not too concerned. >> reporter: only one pin pad was hacked at each location affecting less than 1% of the devices. all the machines were disconnected september 14th, after the company learned about the hack no word on how long the bugs wer
in the mission district were busy putting out fires overnight, literally. kira klapper continues live team coverage. >> reporter: good morning. not much to show you this morning of what those rowdy fans left behind. there are still some garbage piles of what was burning overnight. now just wet streets. trash trucks finishing the cleanup that has been going on for hours now. let's get to you our video of what they are cleaning up after revelers set three big bonfires and mission street. this fire at mission and 21st, 10:30 last night, fans set fire to a dumpster, dancing and cheering around it, watching it burn steps from buildings. police and fire stood back. it was only when the flames threatened buildings, apartments and stores nearby that fire crews were escorted in by police on dirt bikes they to move in to clear the crowds from the flames. others were throwing gasoline creating fireballs, a fire one block away at mission and 22nd where some people had fireworks. throughout the night, they burned trash chance, couches, signs, newspaper racks. a fire chief told abc7 news that monday mor
travelers. kira klapper joins us from san francisco international with more. >> reporter: 150 flights through sfo are cancel now. it is only expected to get worse for bay area travelers as the week progresses and hurricane sandy strengthens. hurricane sandy is already making enemies. >> this was my first time flying. i feel like flying is horrible and i don't want to do it again. >> reporter: 18-year-old rebecca's flight new jersey of yesterday from new jersey was delayed turning what should have been a six hour trip into 11 hours then missed her connection to burbank. >> most of us missed our flight because it got here at 11. >> reporter: 150 flights, 75 departures and 75 arrivals in and out of sfo cancelled, leaving thousands of customers stranded since the cancellations began yesterday. >> what we are seeing today is a full cancellation of essentially all flying to and from the major east coast cities. this includes washington, d.c. airports, new york airports and boston as well. >> reporter: passengers are urged to check before coming to the airport. some who were proactive are st
cleared the scene before 4:30. stay with the morning news next half hour we go live to kira klapper she is in the north bay which is getting hard hit and there are accidents. >>> orange october lives on for the giants. tonight the team will try to seal the deal against the cardinals, wrapping up the national league series making another trip to the world series. amy hollyfield joins us live from at&t park. tell us more. >> reporter: last night you got to see and hear what whom advantage is like. even players said it felt like a party atmosphere. they noticed that the fans were into it early. you could hear the fans not only shouting for the giants but yelling vogie for ryan vogelsong the man of the night he had an incredible game that included nine strikeouts k career high for him. he said he feeds off the fans in the stadium. -- cain hopefully will too he's the one that will be pitching tonight. the fans say they are feeling confident about game 7. >> these guys are are amazing, they will make it happen. >> you don't expect them to be here going down in the divisional series and coming
of this giants are world series winners after sweeping in detroit. kira klapper begins our live team coverage in the mission district. >> reporter: certainly the morning after here on mission street. crowds thousands of fans were crowding mission street hours ago i'll step aside so you can see the aftermath. a little destruction, trash piles, charred, still in the mid the street commuters having to go around it. the piles were bigger garbage instructions and street sweeping vehicles have been through the last few hours. it is not as bad as it was. let's show you this incredible youtube video. at mission and 22nd it was police vs. part at the scene of a big bonfire, two rows of riot gear stood as human blockade with police cars behind them overheard, officers told those revelers get out of the street or you will be arrested. they gave the fans multiple warnings before they moved in and after thousands of fans clocking the street. those fans began -- tkhraorbging the street. those fans began throwing bottles, to be honest it looks like law enforcement was outnumbered by these people partying. c
on the rocks two of the four made it to shore they were wearing life jack -- life jackets. kira klapper is getting the latest and she is going to give us aly update, coming up. >>> an 84-year-old woman investigated for possible drunk driving after her car hit a pedestrian last night. a man in his early 20s was hit while in the crosswalk. he is reported in critical condition at a local hospital. the 84-year-old woman was arrested on dui charges. >>> mom accused of ditching her daughter during a shoplifting indent has a hearing scheduled today in nevada. this is a booking photo of marcy keelin arrested friday night in a nevada motel room found with her 11-month-old son and a male friend. s had been looking for keelin for nine days. police say she left her 10-year-old daughter behind with a cart full of groceries that the mother was trying to shoplift. police say she was trying to steal the groceries including beer and took off, abandoning her little girl when she was confronted. >>> pg&e wants to alert residents in belmont about a natural gas pipeline test today between 1 and 3 p.m. near
of hypothermia. kira klapper is getting the latest and will give us an update coming up. >>> mom accused of ditching her daughter in morgan hill during a shoplifting incident has an extradition hearing scheduled today in nevada. this is a booking photo of marcy keelin arrested friday night in hey nevada motel room found with her 11-month-old son and male friend. authorities had been looking for keelin for nine days. police say the hadn't began after she left her 10-year-old daughter with a cart full of groceries at this safeway. police say she was trying to steal the groceries and took off abandoning her girl. >>> pg&e wants to alert people in the belmont hills about a pipeline test today between 1 on 3 p.m., near the intersection of highways 280 and 92, near that ralston avenue exit. crews will have to event the pipeline to conduct the test so pg&e is warning there maybe a gas odor in that area. >>> california becomes the first state to been bacon verseal form of therapy aimed at turning gay teenagers straight. the governor signed the bill into law pro hinting sexual orientation change
by bus. kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> 5:03. new from southern california where a moderate earthquake shook the san diego area overnight. the 4.1 quake hit near pine valley before 1:30 this morning, 45 minutes outside san diego. no word of injuries or damage following that quake. >>> uniform supply company in concord will be cleaning up after fire ripped through the business last night. the fire sent up a huge column of smoke firefighters managed to keep it from getting inside the building. the damage was kept to a pile of laundry outside the building. there were no injuries. >>> this morning, grief counselors will be on the campus of albany middle school following the apparent suicide a popular teacher. students gathered last night to remember james izumizaki. he was arrested last week accused of having a sexual relationship with a student under 14. police say he was found dead inside a car yesterday. administrators plan a news conference this morning. terry mcsweeney will have more coming up. >>> this afternoon, san francisco man expected to enter a plea on charges of kidnapping a 9-year-
, becoming showers this afternoon. more details on the commute. >>> san mateo bridge, kira klapper will be telling us right now it is looking good,y open traffic flowing nicely. major problem west 580 in oakland at harrison accident there at least half an hour two left lanes blocked slow approaching the scene westbound 580 standing water in the road on 580 and 880 "sig alert" in calistoga wires down highway 29 old lolly toll. big rig accident blocking left lane of traffic "sig alert" eastbound highway 4 at hillcrest all lanes flooded traffic diverted on the shoulders, very slow avoid eastbound, westbound typically slow out of antioch. >>> power outages in oakland, san bruno, fair field, santa rosa thousands without power, more on that. >> diving can be treacherous you have to negotiate the first rainy commute of the season this morning. we've seen a lot of accidents. kira klapper is live at the bay bridge toll. >> reporter: good morning. we are on the bay bridge. you can probably see behind me that people are still speeding, it is wet, slick, it is drizzling ever so slightly, still
in the ocean off the san mateo county coast. kira klapper joins us from the coast guard station. >> reporter: the coast guard has been searching overnight, on the water and by helicopter, still searching for those two men missing since yesterday morning. video from yesterday morning after the boat washed up on the rocks 11:30 you can see it crash and overturned, the boat was tossed by a large wave. four men from san francisco were an board two wearing their life jackets made it to land safely. it took them about an hour to make it from the beach to by homes where they were able to use a neighbor's phone to call 911. >> it wasn't that big of a boat that and the life vest and the guy told me they weren't wearing them, so i don't know, i didn't think it was going to turn out well for them. >> reporter: one of those men who made it to shore was rushed to the hospital. coast guard helicopter and multiple boats were launched to look for the two men still missing. the coast guard will resume their helicopter search starting at 7:00 this morning. kara clapper, abc7 news. >>> -- the trial is set to b
. local performers warming up along with kira klapper who joins us live from candlestick park. >> reporter: it is still early about six hours until the game. but there is plenty of excitement going on to be had on and off the field. joe sets up her rv campsite as she has since 1987. >> well, i met my husband in 1960, so that's when i became a 9ers fan. >> reporter: she and her husband drive two hours from merced county for this and turn it into a three-day vacation after sunday's crushing loss to the giants they haven't given up hope they say losing is not an option they have their long running rituals. >> we always wear our 49 shirts and put up our decorations. >> reporter: other fans will be treated to the talents of locals. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> reporter: fremont native prepares for her first time singing the national anthem. >> it feels amazing. i love sports, i love the 9ers and i love to sing so it is a great way to marry all of those interests into one. >> reporter: the 9ers noise drum and horn line warms up to get the fans fired up. something tells me that won't take much. the good news i
the seahawks fans are gearing up. local performers warming up along with kira klapper who joins us live from candlestick park. >> reporter: it is still early about six hours unlt there is pf excitement going on to be had on and off the field. joe sets up herv campsite as she has since 1987. >> well, i met my husnd in 1960, so that's when i became a 9ers fa husband drive two hours from merced county for this and turn it into a three-day vacation after sunday's crushing loss to the giants they haven't given up hope they say losing is not an option they have their long running rituals. >> we always wear our 49 shirts and put up our decorations. >> reporter: other fans will be treated to the talents of locals. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> reporter: fremont native prepares for her first time singing the national anthem. >> it feels amazing. i love sports, i love the 9ers and i love to sing so it is a great way to marry all of those interests into one. >> reporter: the 9ers noise drum and horn line warms up to get the fans fired up. something tells me that won't take much. the good ws is the fun isn't over yet.
.34. san francisco $4.45. all down four cents from yesterday. kira klapper will have more in 30 minutes. >>> san bruno city council unanimously voted to recommend getting rid of the head of the california public utilities commission. city leaders hope it puts pressure on the regulator and governor. latest fallout from the 2010 pipeline explosion. john alston has details. >> it is a disgrace. >> reporter: the mayor of san bruno talking about how he thinks the california public utilities commission is handling the aftermath of the devastating pipeline explosion that killed eight people two years ago. survivors watched as the council unanimously passed a resolution calling on the head to quit are be fired. >> i can't bring my daughter back. i'm so happy that they are able to stand in front of everyone and support basically the what the city needs. >> reporter: the city is faulting cpuc president for suspending public hearings to determine how much pg&e might be fined and blaming the regulator for poor oversight. george mitchell was brought in to mediate. the resolution accuses peavy of a b
in kings county. let's go to kira klapper. >> reporter: as you mentioned that deadline came and went a spokesperson only saying that deadline to reopen damaged tracks in the central valley has been pushed to "later this morning." that's all they are saying this after yesterday's crash that lead to this scene, big rig driver failing to yield, hitting an amtrak train traveling south of fresno. the impact pushed two passenger cars and the locomotive off the tracks. 20 of the roughly 170 passengers traveling from oakland to bakersfield suffered minor to moderate injuries. the driver of the big rig was pinned inside the cab, was removed safely and wasn't seriously injured. investigators state crash happened at a crossing that does have gates to stop traffic. >> initial reports to us from witnesses state the arms were down as you know we will do an extensive investigation and determine that. >> reporter: also new this morning, amtrak spokesperson saying there are no delays, but passengers who are traveling between bakersfield and hanford are being transported by bus. no delays in the bay a
with the help of a special band. kira klapper is live in san francisco. what kind of noise? >> reporter: 9er noise. it is a drum and horn line meant to energize fans at games, you can argue 9ers fans are spirited already. this band adds another dimension take a listen to 9er noise. it is a hand-picked drum and horn line made up of 30 -- made up of 32. fans have seen them perform across candlestick park. the group performs during halftime with the gold rush cheerleaders and the 9ers mascot. they specialize in pumping up the crowd during tailgate parties. of course, they will be out in full force all day today. you can see all the 9ers fun right here on abc 7. also on our sister station at 3:00 this afternoon there's a special pregame show that will continue here on kgo at 4:00, big game at 5. stay tuned for after the game right after that. i've said it before, leave your tv set to channel 7 all day today and stay tuned for the game tonight. kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> that advice goes for everyday you can leave your dial here. >>> former head of the santa clara valley health plan and hospita
the seahawks. kira klapper is in san francisco with news of a local lady who will take center stage before the game. >> reporter: good morning. huge game tonight. big night for fremont native jewels hampton singing the national anthem tonight ♪ ♪ ♪ >> reporter: the country singer was cast as a top 10 finalist on nashville star season four hosted bye-bye know that judd in 2006. she has -- performed or the giants, a's and sharks this is her first time singing for the 9ers. she spoke with abc7 news about how excited and honored she. >> it feels amazing. i love -- i love sports, i love the 9ers and i love to sing it is great way to marry all of those interests into one. >> reporter: she kicks off all the fun at the game tonight. there's a lot of fun to be had before that including right here on abc7 news at 11 a.m. and the rest of the day. safe to say, keep your tv on the channel that it is on now. kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> that's good advice everyday about where to keep your dial. our coverage of the 49ers vs. seahawks begins 4:00 pregame show featuring jerry rice and brent jones. th
this weekend. the bridge will close tonight. the same thing next weekend. kira klapper is live on the hayward side of the bridge with details. >> reporter: good morning. a little loud out here we are here on the san mateo bridge which as of 10:00 tonight will be closed to traffic in both directions. it won't reopen until monday morning at 5. it started two years ago when inspectors, during a regular inspection, noticed a crash in a wish bone-shaped girder beneath the bridge. at the time temporary fix was put if place.2jñ caltrans spokesman says it has hemmed well since then. >> -- it has held well since then. >> we went back and designed a new system for where the tressel meets the incline on the bridge. what we are butting this is 12 new sections and -- and new seismic joint that allows the bridge to move during the event of an earthquake. >> reporter: this project will cost three million dollars. it is going to be paid for by toll finds. drivers are advised to use dumbarton, bay bridge and highway 237 as alternates. traffic expected for the big game tomorrow so something to keep in mind as
said some of the heff -- 6:32. mike said some of the heaviest rain has fallen kira klapper is live in the city that interestingly has the slogan climate best by government test. >> reporter: who knew. thank you. kristen sze is teaching me something new every we are here in redwood city, mike is tracking a big cell earlier it was pouring here. now literally just as the camera came to me it is pretty much stopped, sprinkling just a bit, the storm is moving south and east. let's get you to video earlier this morning we were in millbrae it was coming down hard. we had video of someone walking and getting splashed by cars driving by, driving through puddles. very wet conditions. as we dove south through san mateo, the rain got -- as we drove south through san mateo the rain got heavier, belmont, san carlos, slick, dangerous conditions on 101 people still speeding. we hope our viewers stay safe this morning. slow down on those roads, perhaps give yourself extra time. kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> 6:33. giants' quest for a second world series title in three years, begins tonight at at&t pa
to stop traffic. we'll have a live report from kira klapper. >>> this morning, investigators in santa rosa are lookinging for a serial arsonist three buildings were targeted, two churches downtown and engineering office. lilian kim has the story. >> reporter: this is the worst of the damage doors at the catholic church downtown santa rosa charred. it could have been worse had a priest not heard the sound of the molotov cocktail shattering. the staff says he doused the fire with water as soon as he could. >> nobody has been hurt. it is the doors of the church damaged. that is a disappointment. but we'll get over that. >> reporter: investigators say whoever threw the molotov cocktail also targeted the episcopal church minutes before. no damage here, the fire department says the device failed. another molotov cocktail did ignite at the offices of a civil engineering firm. flames charred the outside of the building and melted an irrigation pipe before a janitor put the fire out. >> i think something like this happens not somebody thinking clearily or making reasonable decisions, just random ta
through next monday morning at 5 a.m.. for that both weekends in a row. kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> don't forget to use the waze traffic app to help guide you around this closure. >>> heads-up about your phone service. bay area gets a new area code tomorrow. that number is 669 and it will serve the same region as existing 408 area code in the south bay. officials say they need it to make -- to meet increasing consumer demand. the 669 overlay will only change dialing patterns not existing number. starting saturday people inside the 408 area code must dial 1 plus the area code and telephone number to complete calls. >>> 300 acre wildfire in lake county is 20% containing burn of off highway 29. evacuation ors were lived for two communities last night after crews managed to stop the fire from advancing. calfire says higher humidity and calmer winds overnight helped. >>> this is a difficult day for the family of sierra lamar. today is her 16 birthday. she disappeared on her way to school in mid march, seven months ago. police have charged 21-year-old antolin garcia-torres of with kidnapping
analysts say prices may be as low as $3.75 by the end of the year. kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> wall street investors preparing for turbulent morning ahead of the opening bell. overseas markets shot down overnight following poor u.s. corporate results announced yesterday. japan's nikkei closed down 30 points, hang gained 66 points amid positive economic news about china's improveing manufacturing industry. >>> picking up the pace on the campaign trail. president obama and mitt romney will spend nearly 24 hours stumping today. romney's party has damage control after a republican senate candidate makes controversial remarks. katie marzullo is in the newsroom. this is like deja vu all over again. >> reporter: it is, this happened recently on the topic of abortion. the candidates' scheduled would make your head spin. but the camp has -- the romney cam has hit a bump in the road because of what someone else said. indiana republican senate candidate richard murdoch opposed to abortion said in a debate last night that even in the case of rape a baby is god's intention. the comment has outraged pro
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